TheThe Sliding Panels

TheThe Sliding Panels plugin provides 5 types of Javascript-powered panels floating above the main webpage.

Author:TheThe Fly (profile at
WordPress version required:3.0
WordPress version tested:3.2.1
Plugin version:1.1.3
Added to WordPress repository:13-05-2011
Last updated:14-02-2012
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
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TheThe Sliding Panels WordPress plugin provides 5 types of JavaScript-powered Sliding Panels - Top, Bottom, Left, and Right side panels and a Modal Window floating above the main webpage.

Installing and activating TheThe Sliding Panels plugin on your WordPress site will cause activation of the following widget areas: Top Sliding Panel, Bottom Sliding Panel, Left Sliding Panel, Right Sliding Panel, and Modal Window. You can set all parameters of a panel as well as add any widget into each Sliding Panel/Modal Window widget area.

It is not necessary to use all Sliding Panels and Modal Window on your website. You are free to activate only the panels that you need on your webpage because even if activated, any sliding panel remains invisible until a widget is placed in the corresponding widget area.

Why use Sliding Panels on your website?

Sliding panels help in improving your website by:

  1. Increasing usability of your webpage: Using sliding panels on your main webpage enhances the user experience, makes it easy to use by visitors as well as makes your website look more aesthetic and professional.

  2. Avoiding multiple pages with smaller elements: Having to load pages over and over is annoying for many users and avoiding that is definitely a good thing for your website. With sliding panels, the user doesn't need to load an entirely new page to access the small elements as they can appear floating on the main page itself.

  3. Allowing effective use of page space: With sliding panels, you can get rid of those elements that don't need to be on your main page. For example, rather than putting a full feedback form on each page, you can just provide it on a right/left sliding panel.

These sliding panels can be used to organize your content in a Web 2.0 style. The panels work well for:

  • Contact us, Opt-in, Sign-Up and Log-In Forms
  • Alerts, Notices and Reminders
  • Quick Tips, Help and Support Elements
  • Embedding PDFs, Videos and downloads
  • Search Boxes

This plugin is povided for FREE by WordPress Themes Club TheTheFly.Com.

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